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Former soldier Allan Mallinson presents a new, thought provoking and often controversial side to the ongoing debate surrounding the outcomes of First World War, disputing the growing consensus among historians that British generals were not to blame for the losses and setbacks of the "war to end all wars".
Succinctly summarising the big battles of the First World War before discussing the shortcomings of the decision making leaders, Mallinson provides an excellently researched and easily readable account of the repercussions of the decisions made by those in charge of sending men into battle.
A must for anyone interested in military history and the intertwining of political and military powers.